PELARGONIUM - KIDNEY LEAVED, Rooi Rabas, iYeza lezikhali, iKhubalo (Xhosa). Scientific Name:
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Medicinal Uses. It is said that:
- Indigenous to South Africa.
- Hardy evergreen that will flowers almost the whole year.
- Draught tolerant.
- Needs full sun.
- An infusion of the leaves/root can be used as an enema for diarrhea, dysentery and vomiting.
- The leaves can be eaten raw as a vegetable to treat dysentery, nausea, vomiting and fever.
- The bruised leaves will soothe skin rashes and can also be used in tea to treat kidney and bladder ailments, nausea and gonorrhea.
- A root decoction is made for severe diarrhea.
- The powdered root is mixed with food to treat dysentery and a leaf paste is used for wounds.
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